Chance meeting sees 16 Wintec apprentices get jobs in Huntly
When Boydy Scott pulled into Placemakers, Huntly and saw a Wintec student waiting for a work experience contact who hadn’t shown up, he said, “Jump in, you can help us out today”.Read more
Rich, family-like culture the backbone of Tompkins Wake's Covid-19 response
The day New Zealand went into lockdown was the day junior solicitor Josh Nyika had been scheduled to spend working at home.
Zooming in to connect Deaf Kiwis
Deaf New Zealanders have used video conferencing during the lockdown – thanks to the swift actions of a Hamilton business.
Waitomo cavers turn to tree planting
But for a group of cave guides their attention has turned to an environmental initiative above ground in the face of the sudden tourism downturn.
A message to our nurses in 2020
Nurses globally and in Aotearoa New Zealand are at the forefront of care this year as we celebrate the International year of the Nurse. It’s International Nurses Day on Tuesday 12 May and the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, whose influence on modern nursing will always be remembered.
Wintec wins Innovative HR Teams award
Wintec has been named one of 10 visionary organisations setting the gold standard for Human Resources (HR) in New Zealand.
Tompkins Wake again recognised for commitment to innovation
Tompkins Wake is one of 17 law firms across the country recognised as being at the forefront of innovation by NZ Lawyer.
Helping Hamilton Get Back In Action
Loop, Hamilton’s only carshare provider, is offering its vehicles to business and public members for just $5 per hour (inclusive of fuel) from 28th April - 11th May, the expected duration of Alert Level 3.
Kindness for staff during lockdown - the Raglan way
Staff wellbeing is a big focus for a Raglan food producer right now.
Good George - Giving locals a helping hand
Good George has seen an increase in locals buying beer, cider and hand sanitiser on its online store.
Wintec is the first education provider in New Zealand to receive the GenderTick, showing a commitment to gender equality in the workplace.
To receive the GenderTick, Wintec had to demonstrate gender equity across five key indicators.
Whanau at the heart of Lunix Homes
People before process is at the heart of a family-owned Te Awamutu residential design and build company, Lunix Homes.
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